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  1. Can you derate one so I can run it passively...

    Can you derate one so I can run it passively please? :)
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    Because TI documentation is lovely.

    Because TI documentation is lovely.
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    Red does increase the psu performance though,...

    Red does increase the psu performance though, that's why the old AXi's had red text.
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    If you were running your computer at 100% load...

    If you were running your computer at 100% load 24/7/365

    sure
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    Scotch tape usually does the trick, and is less...

    Scotch tape usually does the trick, and is less messy
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    easy Delta FFB0812XHXHC ...

    easy
    Delta FFB0812XHXHC

    http://www.delta-fan.com/Download/Spec/FFB0812XHXHC.pdf
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    lol I'd assume that answer would be from a...

    lol

    I'd assume that answer would be from a level 1 tech support person, at that point they're basically reading off a script...

    What do you do with 12 ups'? None are being used? Are you...
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    I have access to ieee. looking at IEEE Std...

    I have access to ieee.

    looking at IEEE Std 802.11-2016, https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7786995/ doing a quick search, the only thing that 802.3/ethernet appears to be mentioned is the...
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    Hmmmm, a guess out if the blue, but maybe it's...

    Hmmmm, a guess out if the blue, but maybe it's for switching? I would've said hard drive motor controllers, but I don't know any HDD that requires 3.3v. Probably almost like letting a car engine get...
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    id go for the 750w one as well, simply because...

    id go for the 750w one as well, simply because haswell-e is a really power hungry cpu family.
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    It's not going to "compensate excessively".

    It's not going to "compensate excessively".
  12. Hmm, by any chance, do you have asus anti surge...

    Hmm, by any chance, do you have asus anti surge on? (it's in the bios of your motherboard).

    Why isn't the SF600 good enough as an emergency psu?
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    hmmm thanks.... although 1u supermicro power...

    hmmm thanks.... although 1u supermicro power supplies seem tempting
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    Segotap 500w titanium power supply

    Saw this on ebay, looking for a very low wattage power supply that's also very efficient and cheap :( doesn't seem like such a thing exists
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    In cable capacitors are annoying, unnecessary,...

    In cable capacitors are annoying, unnecessary, and make the cable hard to bend. That's all

    If you build once and don't touch it, it's fine
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    the bots are getting smarter :lol:

    the bots are getting smarter :lol:
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    No coil whine warranty..... they better know what...

    No coil whine warranty..... they better know what they signed up for...
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    You're forgetting flextronics, which makes quite...

    You're forgetting flextronics, which makes quite a lot of oem models, including the basic apple 5v1a charger cube.
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    :crazy: EDIT: Use a DMM

    :crazy:


    EDIT:

    Use a DMM
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    It's also nice and strong - it doesn't bend when...

    It's also nice and strong - it doesn't bend when you step on it, yet at the same time kids can't stick their fingers into the outlet like the South African style plug. A part of the pins are also...
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    Yes, when the current is in phase with the...

    Yes, when the current is in phase with the voltage, you will have a power factor of 1, which is the most ideal.

    A resistive load (say a good old wire heater) should have a power factor of 1.
  22. Linear supplies won't last forever - your...

    Linear supplies won't last forever - your reference voltages will still drift. You still need smoothing caps for a linear supply, and the additional heat from a linear supply would probably wear the...
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    When you can afford a crimping tool but not a...

    When you can afford a crimping tool but not a dmm.
    Is it a HCG or a HCP? You're contradicting yourself in the title, for your record it's a hcp 1300.
    ...
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    Why would he want to? He'd get stuck with a psu...

    Why would he want to? He'd get stuck with a psu with no cables...?
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    Yes. However, regardless the way that OP is doing...

    Yes. However, regardless the way that OP is doing it is wrong.
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